Gig board, I think that I figured it out.

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by studio1087, Mar 30, 2021.

  1. studio1087

    studio1087 Telefied Silver Supporter

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    It’s relatively small and it should do everything that I neeed.

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    Ibenez TS 808
    EH Ripped Speaker Fuzz
    MXR Phase 90
    Maleko Tremolo
    Ibanez AD a ailing delay
    EH Pitch Fork

    I did the Velcro and cable tie work yesterday . We all have the Pitch Fork for playing drop runes. I’m excited to have everything that I need in a 16^ boars.
     
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  2. Jakedog

    Jakedog Telefied Ad Free Member

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    I like it!

    I recently went smaller, too. I see we share some similar tastes...

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  3. Killing Floor

    Killing Floor Friend of Leo's

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    Nice!

    But where are you going to put all the new pedals you are going to buy with your stimulus?
     
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  4. stormsedge

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    Sweet! And it has a pedal I have...so double seal of approval (jk)(Phaser95). Seriously, I think you have everything well covered.
     
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  5. Chiogtr4x

    Chiogtr4x Doctor of Teleocity

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    What's a Pitch Fork?
     
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    Super cool! I love seeing people's pedal boards. Every single board is unique to the person using it -- and there are SO MANY different pedals out there. the possibilities are limitless
     
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    mkdaws32 Friend of Leo's Gold Supporter

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    Nice boards - everything you need for sure!
     
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    Looks great. I really like my TS Mini. How do you like the Ripped Speaker?
     
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    It generates harmony anywhere from a half step up or down to an octave up or down or both octaves at the same time, you can play entire chords and it tracks quite well. We do songs for instance by the Smithereens where the original band tuned down a half step in the recording and we all have our pitchforks set down a half step such that all we have to do is step on the pedal and the whole band goes down a half step without changing guitars or detuning. It’s extremely convenient. We play songs like Give a Little Bit by Supertramp and that’s very high in vocals If I’m feeling tired when I sing that song I give a kind to the guys and we all step on the pedals and the whole band goes down a half step, again very convenient.
     
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    It’s a lot of fun and I think it sounds great. When you play hard, when you play with really heavy dynamics that sounds like fun. When you play lighter or with more articulation you can hear a red speaker you can hear how the speaker breaking up really oddly so it’s really cool. You can get lots of really crazy sounds with it and I think it’s going to do very well.
     
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  12. Daddy Hojo

    Daddy Hojo Friend of Leo's

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    How's that Ripped Speaker Fuzz? I love the sound of it and it does seem to be a pretty different flavor of fuzz, but I've only seen maybe one demo on youtube.
     
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    So, you people are actually gigging? I envy you.
     
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    Chiogtr4x Doctor of Teleocity

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    Yes, and a lot

    Just the good luck of the combination of a few really good things, converging:

    - my hooking up with a bass-playing duo partner 3 years ago, who besides being a very good/creative player is very good/tenuous at booking us (he just bugs folks on FB and websites)

    - an explosion of brewpubs and Wineries in Virginia ( Northern for us) in the last 8-10 years (Wineries longer), most have live music ( early hours, not loud, good $$, I love it)
    - and since we are older and good players ( I'm the singer) we really bring the musical variety to the table- old stuff, but good R&R, blues, Country, bluegrass - baby boomers are getting a mix of familiar stuff, but we jam a lot...

    - in spite of last year's C*vid, everything was outside every weekend, from May-esrly December if weather was good,
    This year, looks the same, yay!
     
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